Mike Adams

Mike Adams is the editor of the Great Neck Record and The Roslyn News.

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Nassau County Executive Curran Vetoes Assessment Package

Republicans say they will attempt to overturn On Wednesday, Oct. 2, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran vetoed a package of six pieces of legislation affecting the countywide reassessment that the Legislature’s Republican majority passed the week...

Mikey The Mighty: Brannigan Runs Toward Olympic Glory

On a humid Saturday morning, Mikey Brannigan, a paralympic gold medalist, and the first ever runner with autism to break the four-minute mile barrier, ran in the opposite direction around the track at John Glenn...

Suozzi Joins Calls For Trump’s Impeachment

New York State 3rd District Congressman Thomas Suozzi recently added his name to a growing list of politicians calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Suozzi, whose district covers much of northern Nassau and Suffolk...

Ritz-Carlton Cuts Ribbon On Exquisite North Hills Apartments

  Armed with a three-foot-long pair of giant gray safety scissors, North Hills Mayor Marvin Natiss cut the final ribbon on RXR Realty’s luxury condominium complex Ritz-Carlton Residences, North Hills at a ceremony on Monday, Sept....

Children’s Book Series Tackles Explaining 9/11 To Children

Kristie Kiernan-Bouryal was working in Manhattan on September 11, 2001. As she arrived at work to news that hijackers had crashed a pair of planes into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, she knew...

Auschwitz Exhibit Brings Reality Of Death Camp To NYC

The entrance lobby of the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Battery Park is a bright, boisterous place—an open rotunda with a high ceiling that lets in the light of the day. Tour groups and school...

Former Nassau County Executive Tom Gulotta Dead At 75

Former Nassau County Executive Thomas Gulotta died on Sunday, Aug 4, in Oceanside. He was 75 years old. Gulotta served as county executive from 1987 to 2001, the second-longest tenure of anyone to hold that position....

Ex-Oyster Bay Supervisor Venditto Avoids Jail With Guilty Plea Deal

Former Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto pleaded guilty to a pair of corruption charges in Nassau County Court Friday morning, July 26. The 70-year-old former town head copped to a felony charge of corrupt...

The Only Home We Have: What Apollo 11 Really Teaches Us

People sometimes forget how influential the Apollo program really was. Neil Armstrong’s one small step was a watershed moment in American history, the fulfillment of a seven-year-old pledge from a departed president. Everybody remembers that, but...

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Nassau County Walls Of Honor Dedication Honors Veterans At Eisenhower Park

  The brave men and women who served this nation through its darkest moments and protected it in time of peace were recognized at the...

David Sandman Named New York State Health Foundation President

Following a nationwide search, the New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth) board of directors unanimously selected David Sandman, Ph.D., as the foundation’s next president...

Singas Announces MS-13 Indictments

The campaign against MS-13 (Mara Salvatrucha) gang members continued last week as Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas announced the indictment of 17 alleged...

Why It Is Illegal To Increase Federal Funding For The $11.2 Billion NY MTA LIRR East Side Access

Senator Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s proposal to provide the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) with more funding to pay for the $11.2 billion...

Curran Closes Nassau County Schools

All public and private schools in Nassau County will be closed for two weeks beginning Monday, March 16, as part of the county’s latest...
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